The Democrat left is going apoplectic concerning President Trump's comments concerning Haiti declaring his statements prove Donald Trump is a straight up racist. The only problem with this reaction is that while President Trump's language might have been less crude (a phrase that is evergreen) concerning it, he's correct concerning Haiti and moreover the people … Continue reading Speaking an Uncomfortable Truth about Haiti
Time to interrupt my final two Stacy McCain posts to comment a little on the issues of the day/week. There have been attacks in London and Paris this week. In Paris the target was just one policeman in London the underground but the most amazing thing about both attacks is the continuing unwillingness of either people … Continue reading 10 Thoughts Under the Fedora: London, Violence, and the Left war on, well everything.
By John Ruberry In regards to police, I learned as a child one basic lesson: do what they say and obey the law. But during my childhood in the late 1960s is when the anti-cop movement began. Some of that bias is understandable, given the overt racism of such police leaders as Birmingham, Alabama's "Bull" … Continue reading The Left and their police hatred
When Elizabeth Scalia linked to this post that claimed Harvard was hosting a black mass it didn't faze or shock me. Given the disdain for Catholic Belief in academia why would anyone expect them to act otherwise? But when I saw this update to the story: Following up on this post, I have made a couple of … Continue reading The Harvard Extension Club embraces Anti-Catholic Culture: MANY Harvard Black Mass UPDATES
...moving back to the old Jew Hating days of yesteryear. There is a pretty clear pattern here--again, assuming that the five nearly-simultaneous sales of shares in Israeli companies were not coincidental. Harvard is happy to do business with oppressors--real oppressors, that is--as long as there is enough money in it. China and Saudi Arabia have, … Continue reading The Bigots of the 30’s would be so proud of Harvard…
going back and forth between their blogs concerning Kagan and the military issue.